My husband joined the Handyman Club. He became a ‘lifetime member’. They promised tools, trials, contests…all sorts of things. What we didn’t realize is that we’d pay dues to them for a year and receive nothing!…Oh wait, he got a belt buckle or something ridiculous. Then recently, they posted a contest for do-it-yourselfers called “Cabin Fever Cures.” My husband built me a beautiful mahogany table and chairs for the kitchen, which he entered. They claimed that he was in the top 20 out of over 1500 entries! We were so excited! While the prize wasn’t large, it would have been a wonderful boost in confidence. Well, he lead for the first day. All of a suddent, a guy with a shop vac stand came from behind. It was neck and neck for a day or so. Then one morning, we woke up and he got about 170 votes in a one hour period! Then we started finding out that the friends that had been voting for him, no longer could! Not only that, one of my friends said it would let her vote for the shop vac guy but not my husband! This contest was a scam. In my opinion, it was a way for them to get people to view their website. They had no intention of paying out on this prize! We believe this because we complained about how it was being handled and all we got in return was, “Thank you for being a member. We’re sorry you’re disappointed.” They couldn’t have cared less. Not once did they try to fix this. Please don’t waste your money on these monthly dues! Please!! They are not an honest company! .
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